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Entrepreneurship Life: Getting the Most Out of Life

Entrepreneurship Life
Written by Don Adriano

When you think about being an entrepreneur, do you think about how much free time you will have? Or what about how much time you can actually be with your family? If you are ready to give up the 9 to 5 for a life that is surrounded by your business, then dive right in. Of course, we are being facetious when we say your life will be surrounded by your business, but it will take up a lot of your time and if you cannot balance your work and life, you will find you are unhappy. Below, we will go over some tips to help you out and have a balanced entrepreneurship life.

1. Balance, balance, balance.

One of the first things you need to do is balance your work life and your home life. You cannot always be at work and you cannot always be at home. Sometimes, combining the two allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds. For instance, you could choose to work at home on Fridays or you could choose to take half days on Mondays and Fridays.

2. Don’t miss out on important activities.

One mistake that some business owners make is that they give up things in their personal life to focus on their business. This can lead to some resentment in your relationships and it can cause you some regret. Always make time for date nights and always make time for your children. Your work can wait, but your family needs you.

3. Turn off the business life.

When you are at home or out on a date, you need to learn how to turn off your phone, power down the laptop, and just let go of business for a bit. There is nothing more frustrating than trying to spend time with someone who is constantly checking their phone and running off to make a phone call.

4. Make time for family vacations.

Everyone needs a vacation now and again. If you are always working and never taking time off, you will become burnt out and your quality may slack when it comes to your service or product. While you are gone, delegate tasks between your employees and let them carry on without you. If there is an emergency, they will call, so you do not have to make a phone call every hour of every day.

5. Set a schedule.

Another great idea is for you to set a work schedule. When you have a schedule, you can follow it. For instance, you may choose to work from 7:00 am until 3:00 pm each day or you may find that you only need to work from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm each day. Figure out what works for you and stick to it.

If you are an entrepreneur, you need to know how to balance both your work life and your home life. If you are not doing either, you will find you are spending too much time in one place and the other place is lacking your presence. Use the tips above to figure out how you need to allocate your time and do it.

About the author

Don Adriano

Founder & CEO of Freelionaire
Life Coach, Entrepreneur, Investor, Author, Speaker and Mentor

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